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Electron 19.0.0

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¡Electron 19.0.0 ha sido liberado! Incluye actualizaciones a Chromium 102, V8 10.2y Node.js 16.14.2. ¡Lea a continuación para más detalles!

El equipo de Electron esta emocionado de anunciar el lanzamiento de Electron 19.0.0! You can install it with npm via npm install electron@latest or download it from our releases website. Continue reading for details about this release and please share any feedback you have!

Notable Changes

Electron Release Cadence Change

The project is returning to its earlier policy of supporting the latest three major versions. See our versioning document for more detailed information about Electron versioning and support. This had temporarily been four major versions to help users adjust to the new release cadence that began in Electron 15. You can read the full details here.

Stack Changes

Breaking & API Changes

Below are breaking changes introduced in Electron 19. More information about these and future changes can be found on the Planned Breaking Changes page.

Unsupported on Linux: .skipTaskbar

The BrowserWindow constructor option skipTaskbar is no longer supported on Linux. Changed in #33226

Removed WebPreferences.preloadURL

The semi-documented preloadURL property has been removed from WebPreferences. #33228. WebPreferences.preload should be used instead.

End of Support for 15.x.y and 16.x.y

Electron 14.x.y and 15.x.y have both reached end-of-support. This returns Electron to its existing policy of supporting the latest three major versions. Developers and applications are encouraged to upgrade to a newer version of Electron.

E15 (Sept'21)E16 (Nov'21)E17 (Feb'22)E18 (Mar'22)E19 (May'22)

What's Next

In the short term, you can expect the team to continue to focus on keeping up with the development of the major components that make up Electron, including Chromium, Node, and V8. Although we are careful not to make promises about release dates, our plan is to release new major versions of Electron with new versions of those components approximately every 2 months.

You can find Electron's public timeline here.

More information about future changes can be found on the Planned Breaking Changes page.